"Scenes from the Southside" by Bruce Hornsby & The Range on iTunes

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4.8 out of 5

41 Ratings

Brilliant from start to end


Following their show on a snowy frozen night in 1989, Bruce invited me onto his tour bus to warm myself up. He is one of the most charming, polite men I`ve ever met, along with The Range, who were equally polite. That said, this album was an amazing follow-up to The Way It Is. All of these songs pour from his soul and heart, something missing from today`s music. A brilliant album.

Soulful and Optimistic


Unexpectedly so. Despite the reviews that suggest an album examining America's shortcomings, it is the happier and less critically acclaimed tracks that make this collection shine. The Road Not Taken is one of Hornsby's best ever and The Show Must Go On is equally enjoyable and uplifting. While not quite as commercially viable as its predecessor, Scenes From The Southside is a solid album from the first track to the last. Definitely worth the ten dollars...

About Bruce Hornsby & The Range

Possessed of a breezy, nonchalant style that belies his technical gifts, pianist Bruce Hornsby writes powerful songs from the heart that touch on several distinctly American traditions: pop, jazz, bluegrass, and '60s soul. He worked for a while as a studio player and songwriter, and had his first hit in 1986 with the stirring and philosophical "The Way It Is." Since then he has continued to release albums that honor his own muse rather than the marketplace, and has put together various backing bands to suit the mood and style of whatever genre he's working in. Hornsby also has a close musical relationship with the remaining members of the Grateful Dead, having toured as a temporary member in the early '90s and collaborated on off-shoot recordings and live shows.

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